Maggie and Corey are one of those couples who are just a joy to be around. They first met in English class, so for their engagement session we went to Carmichael's bookstore and then to Big Rock to hike with their doggos - you can check it out here. We had a great time talking and exploring and I knew that their wedding was going to be one for the books (or the blog, as it stands.) Each place setting had Emily Bronte’s classic line ‘whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same’ on a bookmark for guests to take home. The barn was filled with twinkle lights, beams of sunlight coming through the slats of the wood, and gorgeous moody florals - it couldn't have been more romantic and was absolutely a wedding photographer's dream.
October 20th was one of the windiest days of the year in Kentucky, (I came home to a house with no power, but that's a story for a different time) and it caused havoc with decor and hairstyles, but it did amazing things with Maggie's dress. I absolutely loved the movement it created in the images, so overall I'm happy to take the bad with the good.
My favorite moment was when we ran (literally) outside for some sunset images and Corey initiated the Titanic-style spin without me asking. I don't think it gets better than that. If you're looking for more outdoor Kentucky ceremonies then Janice & Quentin's wedding at Warrenwood would be a great fit or if you want to see more gorgeous moody florals Micaha & Austin's Springhouse garden wedding is lovely.
Wedding Coordinator: Marti Holnagel with Unveiled Details // DJ: Complete Weddings and Events // Florist: State and Arrow // Caterer: Lady Fingers // Videographer: Luke Woodward // Wedding Gown: Lillian West through Couture Closet // Wedding Party Attire: Rebeccas Louisville //Hair & Make-Up: Shana Montgomery with Fringe Theory